At the same time, a special issue called "Dr. Dobb's Sourcebook for the Information Highway" came out that contained source code for a tool named IGP, Internet Global Phone. The tool used the GSM library (among other things) to communicate voice through a 14,400 baud modem line.
I am not connected to IGP in any way, except that microWonders, Inc., the company that produces IGP, sent out a press release on ClariNet that omitted the word GSM in a crucial place, implying that an unqualified ``software implementation'' could be gotten from me. Consequently, I first sent out a lot of form letters saying that I had nothing to do with IGP, and am now actually distributing their release.
Days later, the press release resurfaced as a news item in the Bangkok Post of November 30, 1994 that omitted the correct IGP source altogether, leaving only my email address.